- Birth Date
- 4 September 1827
- Death Date
- 19 November 1904
George Washington Clawson
George initially traveled to the Salt Lake Valley in the as a teamster in the Heber C. Kimball Company in 1848, but he must have returned east because he is seen on the trail again in 1849 driving the wagon for Edward Sayers and his wife.
He later participated as one of the rescuers that were sent out in the winter of 1856 to assist the members of the Church stranded in Wyoming.
Some sources (Improvement Era, vol. 8, 232 and Journal History, 19 Nov. 1904, 3) have confused the death of George Washington Clawson (who died in Shelley, Idaho, on 19 Nov. 1904) with the death of George Washington Catlin. The Improvement Era and Journal History are incorrect because Catlin died in 1898. 1900 Utah census verifies birth month and year.
- Age at Departure: 20
- Age at Departure: 21
- Age at Departure: 29
- 1850 Utah Census, Salt Lake County.
- 1860 Utah Census.
- 1900 Utah Census.
- Daniel Davis diaries, 1846-1892, Journal, 1846 May-1889 January, 90-101.
- Heber C. Kimball journals, 1848 June-July and 1848 July-September, in Heber C. Kimball papers, 1837-1866.
- Joseph G. Hovey papers, 1845-1856, circa 1933, Autobiography, 1845-1856, 130-75.
- Journal History of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Supplement after 31 December 1848, 13.
- Norton Jacob reminiscence and journal, 1844 May-1852 January, 110-115.
- Pioneer emigration list 1847-1848, 51, in Docket book 1844 Feb.-1845 May.
- Silas Richards company, 1849 September in Camp of Israel schedules and reports, 1845-1849.
- Silas Richards letter to Brigham Young, 24 August 1849.
- Stewart, Elizabeth White, [Autobiography], in Workman, Mary Ellen B., comp., "Ancestors of Isaac Mitton Stewart and Elizabeth White" .
- Supplement after 31 December 1849, 5B, in Historical Department journal history of the Church, 1830-2008.
- Utah Cemetery Inventory